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海面養殖開始直後に発生したギンマスのせっそう病について

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Title: 海面養殖開始直後に発生したギンマスのせっそう病について
Other Titles: An Outbreak of Furunculosis in Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) at the Beginning of Marine Pen Culture
Authors: 絵面, 良男1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
山本, 啓之2 Browse this author
吉水, 守3 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
田島, 研一4 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
三戸, 秀敏5 Browse this author
池田, 和夫6 Browse this author
佐古, 浩7 Browse this author
原, 武史8 Browse this author
木村, 喬久9 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Ezura, Yoshio1
Yamamoto, Hiroyuki2
Yoshimizu, Mamoru3
Tajima, Kenichi4
Sannohe, Hidetoshi5
Ikeda, Kazuo6
Sako, Hiroshi7
Hara, Takeshi8
Kimura, Takahisa9
Issue Date: Sep-1984
Publisher: 日本魚病学会
Journal Title: 魚病研究
Journal Title(alt): Fish pathology
Volume: 19
Issue: 2
Start Page: 75
End Page: 80
Abstract: Coho salmon (O. kisutch) reared in a freshwater pond were transported by ship from Wakayama Prefecture to Otsuchi Bay, Iwate Prefecture, in November 1979. The fish were immediately transferred to a pen for marine culture in seawater, and mortality was observed. The cumulative mortality after ten days was approximately 80 percent. On examination of the diseased fish, Aeromonas salmonicida was considered to be the causative agent of the extensive mortality, but a mixed infection with Vibrio anguillarum was observed in a few cases. We tried to determine the origin of this disease. A. salmonicida was isolated from freshwater cultured coho salmon remaining in Wakayama, and relatively high agglutination titer for the organism was detected in their sera. It was concluded from this that A. salmonicida is probably carried by freshwater cultured fish and can be transmitted during the transport. The results of this study suggest that it needs to control furunculosis throughout the stage of freshwater culture and to reduce physiological stress as much as posible during transport of salmon to the marine culture site.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/38321
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